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[ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: welcome, everybody! that's what i'm talking about. a great new york city crowd. welcome, everybody, to "late night with jimmy fallon." how are you guys feeling tonight? are you feeling good? [ cheers and applause ] that's all i want. are you guys excited for the super bowl this weekend? [ cheers and applause ] well, president obama said yesterday that he's got some love for the steelers. [ cheers and boos ] yeah. he said he's got the love for the steelers, specifically goldman sachs, aig, citibank. [ laughter ] i don't know if you guys saw this, in an interview yesterday egyptian president hosni mubarak said that barack obama doesn't understand egyptian culture. man, get off your high camel, right? [ laughter ] this is nice. i heard that charlie sheen is
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paying the "two and a half men" crew's salary while he's in rehab. [ light laughter ] it just goes to show, right, despite all the scandal and the drugs, at the end of the day, he's actually a very rich guy. [ laughter and applause ] and get this, charlie sheen's estranged wife brooke mueller is reportedly in talks to go on "dancing with the stars." yeah, even charlie was like, "yikes, embarrassing." [ laughter ] whateve. whateve. hey, facebook celebrated its seventh birthday today, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. cool. i have to be honest, though, i only remembered its birthday, because i saw it on facebook. [ light laughter ] this is cool. senator joe lieberman is busy writing a new book about the jewish sabbath called "gift of rest." yeah, i hear he's been working
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on it, 24/6. [ laughter ] here's some "jersey shore" news. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ "jersey shore" news. on last night's episode, ronni had to go to the doctor for a rectal exam. [ laughter ] which is weird, 'cause i thought sammy was the one with the stick up her butt. oh, no, i didn't! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh, no, i didn't! listen to this, john mccain said, yesterday, that president obama has gotten easier to talk to, because he's taken a more centrist position. meanwhile obama said mccain's gotten easier to talk to, because he started holding the phone right side up. [ laughter ] "hello?"
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finally, this is pretty big, in an interview on cnn, mitt romney said that sarah palin would be great as president. he then added, "of egypt." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: such a great finish to the week tonight. one of our all-time favorites, i love her, from the popular show "private practice," kate walsh is here. [ cheers and applause ] she's got a perfume, too. a very nice perfume. we have got one of my -- he's one of my favorite comedians. he's a great comedian from the uk. if you don't know this guy, you should. the hilarious rob brydon is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] he's talented. he's just so good. i love this guy. we have some great, great music from lissie, everybody!
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she's good. [ cheers and applause ] brian williams loves lissie. he loves her. you guys, today's friday and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff, check my inbox, get my legs waxed, return some e-mails and, of course, send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] i'm running behind. i just thought if you guys wouldn't mind i would like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that okay? you don't mind? [ cheers and applause ] you guys are the best. james, can i have some thank you writing note music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] oh, my god. ♪ like a trooper or something, a state trooper? [ light laughter ] >> steve: is that stevie wonder? i think it's stevie wonder. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no. no. thank you, james. ♪ thank you, hot chocolate, for
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being a great way to pretend i'm drinking coffee when i'm actually drinking a candy bar. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, happiness, for being measured in friends. and thank you, loneliness, for being measured in cats. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, new study that found that a solid play environment could make babies smarter later in life. here's another baby related fact, babies become smarter later in life, because they're no longer babies. [ laughter and applause ]
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♪ thank you, snow and ice covered sidewalks in new york city, for making us all walk to work like we're cartoon cat burglars. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, sideburns, for not being called cheek pubes. [ laughter ] [ audience groans ] >> steve: that's a big thank you. >> jimmy: they're not called that? >> steve: no, they're not. in some circles. >> jimmy: fair enough. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, cooking shows, for assuming we all have easy access to freshly ground tumeric. [ laughter ]
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♪ thank you, bj's wholesale club for putting yourself up for sale, although, really, who would spend millions of dollars on bj's? [ laughter ] [ applause ] never mind. all right. there you have it. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] this is the evo 4g. and this is everything people love about it. they're big fans of the 4g speed. and the powerful android platform. ♪ so we took both... ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i hope you have a great weekend. [ clapping ] [ light laughter ] [ clapping ] oh, yeah. all right. [ clapping ]
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oh, yeah. all right. [ clapping ] now, it's just sloppy. now, it's just sloppy. it's just silly. [ light laughter ] you guys, it's time to play a game so insane we had no choice, but to call it "darts of insanity." it's time to play "darts of insanity"! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. this is "darts of insanity." a game of skill, strategy, and what some would consider moral depravity. [ cheer ] [ light laughter ] not even screwing around. higgins, let's get three contestants down here! >> steve: well, jimmy, coming to the stage are ben, andrew and arty.
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get down here and ready to dart it up. ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for being here. what's your name and where are you from? >> ben from tasmania, australia. >> jimmy: wow. pretty cool, man. awesome. welcome. what are you doing here? >> honeymoon. >> jimmy: hey, cool. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] where's the wife, up there? >> up there, yeah. blonde hair. >> jimmy: by herself? >> that's it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you doing? congratulations. [ applause ] there she is right there. hey, wave. how are you? wave. there. very nice. [ applause ] that's cool. save a lot of money on the honeymoon? >> yeah. flew to new york straight from australia. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: hi, buddy, how are you doing? what's your name? are you from these parts? >> andrew from little silver,
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new jersey. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: jersey. that's good. how are you doing, buddy? >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: what's your name? >> arty. >> jimmy: arty, where are you from, arty? >> poughkeepsie, new york. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, i love poughkeepsie, new york. that's my neck of the woods. now, guys, listen up. here's how this game works. on your right is the sharp 108, it's the dreaded dart board insanity. don't go near there! >> no, no, no! >> jimmy: now look, don't let its beauty fool you. it's a nasty little mother. one at a time, you'll take this official nerf nerf-n-strike attack gun and shoot a rubber dart at the board. the board will quickly flash between various stunts you may be subjected to, each of which carries a pacific point value. specific, not pacific. [ laughter ] that's for people on the west coast. [ laughter ] for instance, we have -- "beat your meat for three points." [ light laughter ] we got -- "peanut butter pickle face for five points." or the dreaded "jelly sock of death" for ten points. that's where we fill a sock with jelly and smack you in the face
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with it repeatedly. [ laughter ] whatever your dart lands on, that's what you have to do. whoever has the most points at the end of the round one wins the game and a check for $100. are you guys ready? [ cheers and applause ] all right, buddy. let's go, buddy. newlywed, you're up first. take this gun, stand behind the firing line and don't shoot until i say so. take aim at the dart board of insanity. make sure it's cocked. [ light laughter ] initiate the board of insanity. ♪ you may fire when ready! nice! guac head. three points. gauc head. higgins, tell him what he has to do. >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's contestant will be getting a brand new hair style. a faux-hawk, to be exact, made completely of guacamole. show up to a super bowl party dressed like this, you'll be the biggest dip head there is. it's tasty, it's stylish, it's gauc head. it goes for a total value of three points. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: basically, we're just
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going to dump a bunch of guacamole on your head and give you a faux hawk. does this sound good? >> that sounds great. cheers. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you ready for your gauc head? [ light laughter ] can't wait. >> jimmy: all right, very good. take a seat and let's cover you up. very, very good. congratulations, your wife is going to love you from now on, here on out. [ light laughter ] she's so proud of you right now. this is fantastic. qwest, can i get a drum roll. [ drum roll ] audience, let's hear it. give him the gauc! [ cheers and applause ] there you go. looking good. oh, man! there you go. there you go! looking good! he did it. [ cheers and applause ] got to feel good about that. look in the camera right there. look at this one. looking good, buddy. [ laughter ] fantastic. he's a newlywed. i love this. and newly divorced. okay. [ laughter ]
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[ audience aws ] you're a good man. no, congratulations. go towel off over there please. your wife won't want to see this. our next contestant, how is it going, buddy? >> how are you doing, jimmy? >> jimmy: doing great. you know what you have to do? >> i know what i got to do. >> jimmy: hit the board, land on something worth more than three points. >> you got it. >> jimmy: you ready? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: take the gun, stand behind the firing line, take aim at the board of insanity. initiate the board of insanity. ♪ don't shoot yet. go! puppy chow for five points. higgins, what's puppy chow all about? >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's contestant will have to lie down, lift up his shirt and have an entire can of wet dog food dumped on his stomach. [ audience groans ] then a bunch of cute, little puppies are gonna eat it all up! [ laughter ] and once they're done, he's won. five points that is. [ laughs ] jimmy! >> jimmy: all right. here's the deal, buddy. >> all right, jimmy.
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>> jimmy: you have to lay down here, pull up your shirt a little bit, put some dog food on your belly and some dogs will eat it off? >> we got it. >> jimmy: are you a dog lover? >> i am a dog lover. >> jimmy: you're going to love this game. [ light laughter ] get in here. get on in here. head goes over here. put your feet there. >> all right. >> jimmy: booner, why don't you get over here. this is our page, booner. >> hello! >> hi, booner. >> jimmy: shirt up. go for it. there you go. [ whistles and cheers ] >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a great advertisement for chaps underwear, by the way. [ laughter ] "chaps boxers. next time you're getting dog food eaten off your belly, you better be wearing chaps boxers." [ laughter ] all right, we're good, booner. are you all set? audience, cheer him on. ready, set, release the hounds! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ come on, guys. here they come. hey, guys. go over there. look at his face. there he goes, there goes one of them! [ laughter ] hey.
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doing all right? this is good. all right. you made it. you made it. five points. good man. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'd shake your hand but -- >> jimmy: understood. you still a dog lover? >> we'll see. >> jimmy: okay, very good. go over there and get cleaned up there. >> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: good man, buddy. thanks for playing. [ cheers and applause ] our last contestant here. what's up, buddy. >> what's up, jimmy. >> jimmy: down to you, my man. poughkeepsie in the house. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right. let's see what this is. what it's all about. you got to beat five points to win this. think you can do it? feeling confident? >> i got this. [ scattered cheers ] >> jimmy: take the gun. stand behind the firing line. take aim at the dart board of insanity. initiate the dart board of insanity. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ come on, arty. >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ so happy you did it, buddy. we're all so happy for you. you ended up on dude spoon. higgins, tell him what he's got to do in dude spoon. >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's contestant gets to spend some quality time in a luxurious bed with sebastian. an international man of intrigue known for his cool under pressure, his love of high speed power boats, and his heavy musky scent. don't worry, he won't try anything. he just wants to spoon the hell out of you. a 20-second spoon will get you a total of ten points! jimmy! >> jimmy: arty? >> be the big spoon or the little spoon? >> jimmy: you'll probably be the bigger spoon, i think. >> arty, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know him? you know sebastian? >> amsterdam '96. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's going on? >> you like jager, right? >> jimmy: sebastian, enough. look, you're just gonna jump in the bed with sebastian, assume the position. and then, if you do it for 20 seconds, you're all good. you can win this. for the game, my man. [ cheers and applause ] there you go. you good? you down? >> i'm down. >> jimmy: all right, go for it, buddy. here we go.
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get in position. 20 seconds on the clock. lights down. let's go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> happy friday! >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. ten seconds. >> what are you doing for the game? got any plans for the game? >> jimmy: here we go. he did it! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're a good man. you're a good man. you completed the dude spoon, which means you won ten points, which means you are the winner! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that was beautiful thing to watch. thank you, sebastian. you'll be winning $100, everybody. you earned it. here you go, pal. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: giant check. guys, come on over. come on over. i'm sorry you didn't win, but just for being good sports you will also each be getting $100 each and everyone will be taking home the official "late
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. you know our first guest as dr. addison montgomery from "grey's anatomy" and "private practice." she also has her own perfume called "boyfriend," which is now available in sephora's nationwide. please welcome, kate walsh, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow! >> jimmy: hey, welcome back to the show. >> thank you. i'm glad to be here. >> jimmy: you look very pretty. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're very busy. >> i am very busy. >> jimmy: you got "private
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practice." >> that's true. >> jimmy: you got the perfume "boyfriend." >> yes. >> jimmy: and you have, i saw on twitter, you're taking drum lessons. >> yeah, i am. i'm not as good -- but yeah, i'm all right. i'm okay. i have a couple different beats. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i do. i have -- >> jimmy: what made you want to start drums? >> well, i played drums on "rock band" and i was -- i was doing all right. i was pretty good, actually. and -- >> jimmy: then you realized they're just rubber pieces. >> yeah. i was like, "wait a minute, let's take this to the next level." my brother actually and my friend vicki. i met back stage. >> yeah, joe walsh. he said, "it's time to take it to the real instruments." and so, for christmas not this last christmas, the christmas before, he got me like a drum -- a drum set, like a kiddie drum set. >> jimmy: like a tiny -- like mickey mouse drum set. >> well, yes. >> jimmy: then -- did you start taking lessons then or now. >> no, i just started taking lessons. you know, it's hard to find someone who teaches adult drumming beginning. >> jimmy: oh really? >> beginning adult drumming. >> they're just used to working
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with kids? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah. so, i actually got a guy who teaches kids. >> jimmy: now, what's your favorite beat? like, what beats do you -- what do you love? >> well i know a basic, you know, rock beat like -- like yeah. >> jimmy: that's good. >> and -- and then i also -- the da-done done da-done. that one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh come on! you didn't -- well, you're lying because she's pretty. that's why you're just doing that. yeah. >> no, i know. but anyway, apparently -- >> jimmy: what is -- >> i don't know. all i know is my teacher said i could basically play any neil young song or any ac/dc song. >> jimmy: hey, that's pretty good. that's a lot of songs. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, i mean, maybe. yeah. >> jimmy: then you can get into a jam session. anyone here know "thunder struck"? >> exactly. >> jimmy: that's awesome. did you play any other instruments? >> well, i mean i played clarinet growing up. because it was the last instrument left, or it was the only one like -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> i tried to get the flute, but whatever. and --
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but i always wanted to play piano. and so -- again, but it's hard to find someone. it's the same guy actually who teaches me the drums. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know about this guy. >> but he's awesome. >> jimmy: yeah. what's his name? marty? >> muddy. >> jimmy: muddy? man oh, man. it sounds like a blues guy. >> he -- well, he is kind of. but he teaches my friend's kids, so -- >> jimmy: oh, all right. that's good. it works out. i took piano lessons once, and some teacher at my school or something, and she had just awful breath and piano teachers sit right next to you. >> oh, they're right -- >> jimmy: i mean, they're right here. she's like ♪ every good boy deserves fudge ♪ [ laughter ] and you're like. "i'm buying a stereo immediately! i will not play an instrument." i left that. let's talk about this little awesome thing right here. check it out, "boyfriend," you guys. [ cheers and applause ] "ooh, la la garcon." and look at all these names here. josh, michael, john. >> yes. >> jimmy: steven. you've got some good -- good names on here. sebastian. >> sebastian. >> jimmy: we just met him. i just saw him in the bed. yeah. sebastian, he's great. this is rad. >> he's great. >> jimmy: they all come in this box? >> yeah -- well this is -- yes, this will be made for sephora. >> jimmy: ooh. >> and then -- hello. >> jimmy: and then well, look at it. it's like a love note in there. >> i know.
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it's a sleazy night. wear the red dress. >> jimmy: "love, ben franklin." >> ben franklin. >> jimmy: ben franklin. >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, no. "boyfriend." "boyfriend." >> "boyfriend," yeah. >> jimmy: it smells nice. >> i'm glad you like it. >> jimmy: yeah. it's for women. >> it's for the ladies. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but, the gentlemen seem to enjoy it, that's all i'm going to say. >> jimmy: oh, very nice. >> is that creepy? >> jimmy: what's this? no, not at all. >> that's body cream. it's -- or it's cookies and cream. >> jimmy: oh, i love that. i use that all the time. >> i know. i hear you. you have to moisturize. it's important. >> jimmy: you light that up, and then start moisture rising. >> you light this up, you got your own party. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go. and once you're all moistened up, you -- what is this? >> that's pulse point oil for your pulse points. >> jimmy: what? >> yes. >> jimmy: what is -- what do you mean? >> this is what ladies -- women do. you put it like right here. >> jimmy: no one does this. >> yes, it's true. >> jimmy: oh, i've seen people do that. yeah, yeah. >> ooh, what's up? i love to party. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: "what's up? i love to party." [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty rad.
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: this thing is pretty cool. >> it's so hard to meet people in this town. >> jimmy: then this is the -- this is the real deal. >> yeah. that's the little mini e.d.p. again. it has all the names on the back. >> flip over. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: turn it, then you can read it. >> look at that boyfriend. >> jimmy: boyfriend. boyfriend. they say it in france. >> that's how they say it in france. that's exactly how they say it. >> jimmy: and then what is this last -- >> that's a dry body oil. dry spray body oil. yeah. >> jimmy: man, you have to be really dry when you buy this box. [ laughter ] you have moisturizer, you got dry body oil. it's like, "you don't understand -- i've been hiking. i've been hiking for three weeks. what is that? i need it." oh, my god. >> 127 hours worth of moisturizer. >> jimmy: how fun is this? so you just take this and go on -- >> yeah. and it's kind of -- look it's got a little sass level. >> jimmy: how did you come up with "boyfriend" as the name? >> i -- i was -- actually, my boyfriend and i had broken up, like a long time ago, and i missed that -- i feel really corny saying it now. >> jimmy: no, what? >> all right, i'm going to be serious -- i'm going to be real with you here. are you ready? >> jimmy: well, we dated for a couple years. you might as well be serious now. >> it's good. it's all right. it's all right. this is -- this is really uncomfortable for me. but i'm going to tell you. i miss you and this is the way you smelled, the way you smelled on my skin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. you always used to say that. >> i couldn't find it out there. and so, i had to make it up in
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my own private lady lab. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what happened. >> and there we have it. >> jimmy: and there we have "boyfriend." i'm so happy for you, pal. this is fantastic. can i ask you a question? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you like parties? >> i love parties. do you like monkeys. >> i love monkeys too. that's so weird. >> jimmy: do you like tic-tac-toe? >> yes. all of those things i like. >> jimmy: boy do we have a game for you. coming back with katie walsh, you guys. we're going to play a game. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ if you don't like driving in snow. get the 2011 jeep grand cherokee. it has a select terrain snow setting. so it can grip snow covered roads. and if you do like driving in snow... get the 2011 jeep grand cherokee. it has a select terrain snow setting. so it can grip snow covered roads.
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that's only 50 cents a wing! kfc. tastes so good. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm hanging out with kate walsh right here. [ applause ] one of the world's foremost tic-tac-toe players. we're going to play a game called flying party monkey tic-tac-toe. these are "late night" flying party monkeys, right here. see, they're attached there. and what -- they work like this. >> uh-oh. >> jimmy: you grab the guys, put the mittens on, you pull their tail. [ cheers and applause ] all right. he's fine. he hit his head. he's fine. >> are you all right? >> jimmy: you know the rules. kate, shoot first. tic-tac-toe, let's do this. [ cheers and applause ] >> from here? just go. oh! [ audience ohs ]
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>> jimmy: that one hurt. that one looked like it hurt. >> no. he didn't hit his -- maybe? >> jimmy: this guys wants to go in backwards. upside down. >> oh, yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] come on! all right, all right, all right, all right. hold on a minute. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] come on! all right, all right, all right, all right. hold on a minute. >> jimmy: sounds good. >> he's going backwards too. >> jimmy: oh, and they scream when you throw them too. >> yeah, they do scream. it's cool. all right. >> jimmy: come on, kate. >> hold on a minute. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sorry, sucker. >> jimmy: yeah. that one looks like it hurt. yeah. i'm not going to allow you -- okay. hold on. i thought -- >> jimmy: hey. >> whoa. seriously. [ crowd chants kate ] >> all right. jimmy, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: all right. here we go. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you overtook -- you over took my square. >> i did. it's like move over. >> jimmy: that's the rules, and now i'm nil.
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gosh. >> oh, man. this is not going well for you at all. >> jimmy: i'm way off. if you sink one more, that's the end of tic-tac-toe for me. >> serious? okay. wait, wait wait. hold on. sorry. i'm going to have to step over here. don't be intimidated by my form. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all right. sorry. okay. >> jimmy: come on. sorry, monkeys. god, they're never going to talk to me ever again. >> this is going really well for me. hold on. oh! so close. oh! all right. all right. all right. it comes down to that. >> jimmy: i'm down to my last monk. >> this is my last monkey, too. >> jimmy: last monkey rules. here we go. i'll take over yours. you going upside down? >> i'm going to go -- whoa. whoa. i was pulling his leg. hold on. all right.
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>> jimmy: what were you pulling -- what were you pulling on? the poor guy. >> i'm telling you this guy is out of control. oh! look at this -- >> jimmy: if i don't get one of yours -- well, it doesn't even matter at this point, right? gosh! the winner, kate walsh! [ cheers and applause ] "private practice" airs thursdays at 10:00 p.m. on abc. check out "boyfriend." it's a good perfume. rob brydon joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> man: delivering a 200-pound ice sculpture means i don't have any margin for error. one wrong turn, and i could end up unloading a puddle of water. >> gps: turn right ahead. >> man: so i make sure i have the right guidance to get me exactly where i need to be. it's the same with taxes. turbotax has a unique gps feature that guides me step-by-step. automatically double-checks along the way and even lets me talk to a tax expert so i'm never alone. which helps me know it's done right and get to my maximum refund, guaranteed. >> try turbotax online now. you don't pay unless you're satisfied with the results. where to go for a quiet get away.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my next guest is a massive comedy star in the uk and one of my favorites. he's starring in a new movie with steve coogan called "the trip." here's a clip buzzing around the internet, he does a lot of great voices, but in this one in particular he does michael caine. and, just watch. >> do your michael caine. >> okay. i say, "michael caine used to talk like this in the 1960s, right. but that has changed. and i say that over the years, michael's voice has come down several octaves. let me finish -- all of the cigars and the brandy, don't let me finish, i can now be heard." >> okay. >> "i'm not [ bleep ] finished. with the batman voice, and the voice now. well, i'm still not finished. the voice --" >> because you're panicking. >> "because you look like you're about to bloody talk let me finish. right, so. michael caine's voice now in the "batman" movies and in
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"harry brown," i can't go fast because michael caine talks very, very slowly." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: please welcome the very funny rob brydon. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> "my name is michael caine." >> jimmy: rob brydon, pleasure to meet you, my friend. >> very nice to meet you. thank you for having me. >> jimmy: i'm happy that you're here. do you come to the states much? >> no. i wanted to come because i love pacino, and he's on broadway. so, i had a trip planned to see pacino. "merchant of venice."
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absolutely. >> saw him last night. >> jimmy: how was it? >> big! [ laughter ] he's just amazing. >> jimmy: very big! >> even bigger than that! [ laughter ] he does everything you'd want him to do. he does this. "i don't know, what do you got?" >> jimmy: he doesn't say, "what do you got?" >> "what do you got? i'll have my bond." that's what he says. no, it's brilliant. fantastic. >> jimmy: now you are from wales. >> yes. >> jimmy: is that where you come from? >> yes. yes. do you know anything about wales? you say the name of the country. i know they communicate under water. [ light laughter ] >> yes. yes. i was raised by a humpback. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you know, at an early age learned to breathe with gills. >> jimmy: oh. that's good. that's why i know you, yeah. >> it made schooling very difficult, of course, because there were never enough towels. no, no, no. absolutely. you don't want that. >> wales, jimmy, as you know, is a small country next to england. famous for anthony hopkins, he's a welshman. >> jimmy: anthony hopkins, absolutely. clarice.
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>> "i want a room with a view, i want to see a tree." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's another one who shouts. he talks very, very quietly in the films, talks like this very quietly, very sudden -- and all of a sudden he's -- [ yelling ] very very angry. very angry, argh. i love the shouty actors. >> jimmy: they're my favorite. [ applause ] this movie "the trip." >> yeah. >> jimmy: -- is brilliant. it's a brilliant idea. it's so good. you and steve coogan who are two great comedians. absolutely. he is great. but two comedians but you're going around to different restaurants. >> the idea is that we sort of play versions of ourselves, really. exaggerated versions. he's been asked to go and review restaurants around the lake district in england, beautiful part of the country, and with his girlfriend, his american girlfriend, but she leaves him. so, he doesn't want to go on his own, so he asks me. but we just antagonize each other all the time, irritate each other. >> jimmy: do you know each other in real life? >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, you're friends. "let's be friends" you work so great off each
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other. like that michael caine thing, if you watch the whole thing out. they just argue and then steve has to do his michael caine -- >> yeah. -- and try to top yours. >> yeah. and neither one of you laugh which is, gosh -- i don't know how you do it. because i would have been just laughing. >> i can see where i'm about to laugh. if i watch it, i nearly went there. >> jimmy: oh, really? do you have to do more than one take. >> we -- it's all about food. it's all about eating meals. we shot every meal we had to eat it three times. so they bring out the starter, and you do -- you do your funny act and your michael caine. "cut. okay. let's get that out again. bring another starter." and you do michael caine again and eating the food. then they bring it in. every course three times. i put on eight pounds. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you gained eight pounds doing comedy. >> all in the meat packing district. >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah. yeah. yeah. >> all there. >> jimmy: you do a thing in the movie called small man in a box. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it is quite -- it's very weird, it's unbelievable. i don't know where you got it. how did you come up with it? >> i was thinking about ventriloquists, yeah?
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>> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and they -- how they throw their voice and i was seeing if i could make that sound. all of a sudden this weird thing came out, which is this. "i'm worried, i don't know where you are. someone get me out of here. i'm scared." [ laughter ] it's just like a little man in a box. i don't know. and -- >> jimmy: little man in a box. [ applause ] >> and it was a stupid thing and i just used to do it on sets and to mess around and then i was touring with a life tour and people loved it. i now have an iphone app where you can seriously press a button and go -- hang on. "where are you? i'm worried, i don't know where you are." >> jimmy: small man in a box. oh, my gosh. >> give it a go, jimmy. squeeze the back of your throat. i can't do it. i can't do it. i can't do it. >> that sounds like you're limbering up to make a nuisance phone call. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. no. no. i would never do that. but, i want to show another clip from "the trip." this is you and steve coogan
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going back and forth about your both competing "james bond" villains. >> oh, yes. yes. >> jimmy: and this is brilliant. here's rob brydon in "the trip." >> i'll deliver it with a nice little understatement. "come, come, mr. bond. you get just as much pleasure in killing as i do." >> that was the worst. >> all right. okay. all right. this is it. this is it. >> "come, come, mr. bond. you get just as much pleasure from killing as i do." >> "come, come, mr. bond. you get just as much pleasure from killing as i do." >> [ bleep ]. >> yeah. >> watch. >> see what i did on my face. >> "come, come, mr. bond you get just as much pleasure from killing as i do." >> "come, come, mr. bond. you derive just as much pleasure as i do." >> "when i kill i kill the queen of the country but i admit killing you --" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "the trip" is in theaters may 20th. the great rob brydon, everybody. lissie performs next. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ wheezing breaths ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a talented singer, songwriter, she's here tonight to perform the song "when i'm alone" from her debut album "catching a tiger," with a little help from qwestlove on the drums, please welcome lissie! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ i turned my back you were gone in a flash like you always do you've always gone off ♪ ♪ somewhere else and when the phone rang and i thought it was you and i sprung like a kid ♪ ♪ who just got out of school but it's almost always never you never you ♪ ♪ i scream like a child my insides went wild ♪ ♪ when i'm alone with you you make me feel you make me feel when i'm alone with you ♪
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♪ you are the one you are the one and when i reach out and i only grab air ♪ ♪ and it kills me to think that you never did care and it's hopeless you've always run off ♪ ♪ somewhere else and i'm throwing a tantrum why are you, oh oh ♪ ♪ such a phantom when i'm alone with you you make me feel you make me feel ♪ ♪ when i'm alone with you you are the one you are the one when i'm alone with you ♪ ♪ you make me feel
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you make me feel when i'm alone with you you are the one ♪ ♪ you are the one reminds me of home when you're around me next time you leave ♪ ♪ don't go without me no, don't go no, no yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ you make me feel you make me feel when i'm alone with you you are the one ♪ ♪ you are the one when i'm alone with you you make me feel you make me feel ♪ ♪ when i'm alone with you you are the one


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